Vietnamese law makers continued their sixth working day on May 12 with debates on the bills on state property management and use, property purchase and requisition and the revised law on the promulgation of legal documents.
The majority of law-makers agreed on the need to promulgate the law on state property management and use, saying it will help prevent corruption and combat wasteful spending and improper use of public assets.
They also asked for more specific legislations on authorised agencies’ responsibility in using and managing state property to be added in the law.
In regard to the property purchase and requisition law, the legislators
agreed it would contribute to mobilising property resources for the State in the case of need.
They were of the view that regulations of the law on property purchase and requisition need to be formulated toward minimising the abuse of power by property requisition state officials, to ensure the interests of those who have their property requisitioned.
Discussing the revised law on the promulgation of legal documents, they focused on the establishment of a law and decree-making programme and transparency in compiling, stipulating and promulgating legal documents.
As scheduled, the law makers will hear presentations on bills on the operation of Red Cross, the law on nuclear energy, the law on publication and adjustments of boundaries of Hanoi and several provinces on May 13.